Interactive LED Panels + Kits

Interactive LED Panels + Kits

Evil Mad Scientist Labs offers both ready-to-use and solder-it-yourself kits that can be used to create light displays that respond to motion. See the wildly popular LED coffee table recommended elsewhere for an example of a panel in action.

  • These little acts of urban subversion have twofold intended purpose. Perfect for vandalizing software boxes in big electronic shops and for labeling slow food organic products.

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  • *Animated* lightbright for grownups! With this kit, a soldering gun and some programming savvy (Arduino, anyone?) you can create animations by individually addressing each of the up to 625 LEDs you put in place. LEDs flush to the ... *Animated* lightbright for grownups! With this kit, a soldering gun and some programming savvy (Arduino, anyone?) you can create animations by individually addressing each of the up to 625 LEDs you put in place. LEDs flush to the edges mean that you can line these up in a row if you need to communicate a really big message.

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  • Lightbright for grownups! These kits from Evil Mad Scientist Labs will hold up to 625 LEDs. The display area is a little less than one square foot- with it they tell us you can "make an LED sign for your window, a geeky valentine ... Lightbright for grownups! These kits from Evil Mad Scientist Labs will hold up to 625 LEDs. The display area is a little less than one square foot- with it they tell us you can "make an LED sign for your window, a geeky valentine for your sweetie, one bad-ass birthday card, or freak the holy bejesus out of Boston" (If you don't know what they're talking about re: Boston read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Boston_Mooninite_Scare ). Oh the possibilities!

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